Events Diary

Events shown are organised by the AIA or its Affiliated Societies and other selected groups

Click on any event title to see more details

To get your event included email webmaster@industrial-archaeology.org

Views Navigation

Event Views Navigation

Today

Yorkshire IHS – Joseph Aspdin’s Patent Portland Cement

The Friends Meeting House 188 Woodhouse Lane, Leeds

Professor Ian Richardson, School of Civil Engineering, Leeds University will give a talk: Joseph Aspdin’s Patent Portland Cement Unfortunately the shadow of covid still hangs over us and we can't

Suffolk IAS – Ransomes and the Astronomic Telescope

Ipswich Transport Museum Cobham Road, Ipswich

A talk by Bill Barton, FRAS Ipswich agricultural engineers Ransomes Sims & Jefferies had a little-known sideline – the production of mountings for astronomic telescopes. The mountings for the telescopes

Yorkshire IHS – RH Greaves – A Man Who Built Bridges

Swarthmore Learning Centre 2-7 Woodhouse Square, Leeds

We learned over the weekend that unfortunately,  Eddie Downes and his colleagues, are unable to give us their talk - An Interactive History of Coal Mining in Yorkshire this coming

Berkshire IAG – Industrial Archaeology in West Berkshire

St Mary's Church Hall Castle Street, Reading

Beth Asbury, West Berkshire Council's Assistant Archaeologist, will introduce the work of the Archaeology team and the Historic Environment Record they maintain. Exploring the District's industrial heritage as well as

Place Services / Essex CC – Industrial Heritage Mini-Conference

East Anglian Railway Museum Chappel and Wakes Colne Station, Station Road, Wakes Colne

Industrial Heritage This course is aimed at anyone interested in industrial heritage and architecture, or those who are currently involved in the conservation or sustainable reuse of this typology. The

£75

Suffolk IAS – The Lost Railways of Suffolk

Ipswich Transport Museum Cobham Road, Ipswich

Evening talk by Graham Newman Our speaker is involved with the East Suffolk Travellers Association transport pressure group, but tonight looks at local railway lines which no longer form part

Yorkshire IHS – AGM and members’ presentations

The Friends Meeting House 188 Woodhouse Lane, Leeds

Note earlier than usual start time Annual General Meeting followed by a series of short presentations from members. Unfortunately the shadow of covid still hangs over us and we can't

Suffolk IAS – Sudbury Silk Walk

Sudbury Tow Hall Old Market Place, Sudbury

Led by Claire Partner, qualified Blue Badge Guide Circumstances caused the towns of the Essex/Suffolk border area to become the centre of the British silk industry from the 18th century

Cambridge IAG – The Hurst Park Estate

Cambridge Museum of Technology The Old Pumping Station, Cheddars Lane, Cambridge

This Estate which is now a suburb of Cambridge has a rich and varied industrial past. Milling, Brick Making, Brewing, & Instrument finishing', were all carried on, in, and around

Free

Cambridge IAS – Shuttleworth Vintage Aeroplane Society

Cambridge Museum of Technology The Old Pumping Station, Cheddars Lane, Cambridge

The SVAS returns to the Pye Building in June for a review of its Vintage Aircraft. From the Bristol Boxkite’ to the Sopwith Camel, Debbie Land will update us on

AIA Merseyside Weekend

Marriott Hotel Liverpool 1 Queen Square, Liverpool

Following the cancellation of the traditional conference, which was to have been held at Hope University the Association was very grateful to the Merseyside Industrial Heritage Society led by Anna

Essex IAG – Industrial Heritage Fair

Silver End Village Hall Broadway, Braintree

The Group's aim is to have an exhibition of around 30 organisations related to Industrial Archaeology in Essex with stands to display what they do to enable the public to